ON a day the nation bid farewell to General Bipin Rawat, his wife and Brigadier LS Lidder, the Indian Air Force called for avoiding ‘uninformed’ speculation on the chopper crash that claimed 13 lives.
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LETTING THE ART IN
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Parliament's Standing Committee on Defence has noted IAF's squadron strength dropping to 30. “Make in India” and involving the private sector should be considered to secure our borders
A New CDS Is Urgently Needed
Gen Rawat set the ball rolling but much work remains to make India future-combat ready
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AMCA will match IAF's needs
INTERVIEW Girish S. Deodhare director general, Aeronautical Development Agency
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